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Dr. Joanne Loewy

Joanne Loewy DA, LCAT, MT-BC is the Director of the Louis Armstrong Center for Music and Medicine, and an Associate Professor at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. She is an editor of several texts and speaks internationally on her research in sedation, assessment, pain, asthma and NICU music therapy. Dr. Loewy is the Editor in Chief of the international, peer reviewed journal 'Music and Medicine' and serves on several editorial boards including the Cochran Palliative Care review and the Journal for Complementary and Alternative Medicine.

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Mr. John Frankel

John Frankel is the founding partner of ff Venture Capital. He founded the firm in 2008 and has been a seed- and early-stage investor since late 1999. John focuses on advising and growing technology and technology-enabled companies across emerging industries, including artificial intelligence, cyber security, drones, enterprise software, crowdfunding, and data analytics, among others.

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Mr. Mike Flowers

Mike Flowers is Enigma’s Chief Analytics Officer. He served under Mayor Bloomberg as New York City’s first Chief Analytics Officer and Executive Director of the Financial Crime Task Force. He was Counsel to the U.S. Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations for Congress, leading reviews into the 2008 global financial crisis, money laundering, and international corporate tax evasion. He served as Deputy Director of Regime Crimes Liaison’s Iraq Office for the trial of Saddam Hussein.

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Dr. Colin B. Bailey

In April 2015, Colin B. Bailey was named the sixth director of the Morgan Library & Museum, New York. Founded in 1906 by financier and philanthropist Pierpont Morgan, the museum is internationally recognized for its collections of drawings, medieval manuscripts, rare books and letters, and music manuscripts, and is a noted research center as well.

Colin Bailey is a specialist in eighteenth-century French art and a recognized authority on the work of Pierre-Auguste Renoir. He earned his Doctor of Philosophy in Art History from the University of Oxford.

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Mr. James Lam

James is currently President of James Lam & Associates, a risk management consulting firm he founded
in January 2002. He works with corporate directors and executives across all industry sectors, including
global banks, asset management firms, energy firms, multi-national corporations, regulatory agencies,
and non-profits. In a Euromoney survey, James was nominated by clients and peers as one of the world’s
leading risk consultants. He previously served as Founder and President of ERisk, a start-up that

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Mr. Mike Flowers

Mike Flowers is Enigma’s Chief Analytics Officer. He served under Mayor Bloomberg as New York City’s first Chief Analytics Officer and Executive Director of the Financial Crime Task Force. He was Counsel to the U.S. Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations for Congress, leading reviews into the 2008 global financial crisis, money laundering, and international corporate tax evasion. He served as Deputy Director of Regime Crimes Liaison’s Iraq Office for the trial of Saddam Hussein.

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Mr. Joseph Lubin

Joe Lubin is a Canadian entrepreneur and a co-founder of blockchain computing platform Ethereum, a decentralized application platform incorporating a virtual machine that executes peer-to-peer contracts paid for via micropayments of the cryptocurrency ether. He is the founder of Consensus Systems, a Brooklyn-based software studio building decentralized applications. ConsenSys is one of the largest and fastest-growing companies in blockchain.

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Dr. Bart Selman

Bart Selman is an American professor of computer science at Cornell University. He used to be at AT&T Bell Laboratories. He has authored over 90 publications, which have appeared in Nature, Science, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, and a variety of conferences and journals in artificial intelligence and computer science. He has received five Best Paper Awards. He has also received the Cornell Stephen Miles Excellence in Teaching Award, the Cornell Outstanding Educator Award, a National Science Foundation Career Award, and an Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship.

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Dr. Bradford Garton

Brad Garton serves as Director of the Computer Music Center (formerly the Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center). He has assisted in the establishment and development of a number of computer music studios throughout the world, and is an active contributor to the greater community of computer musicians/researchers, formerly serving on the Board of Directors of the International Computer Music Association as editor (with Robert Rowe) of the ICMA newsletter and artistic director/co-organizer of several high-profile festivals and conferences of new computer music.

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